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AHS-2

Adventist Health Study-2. A health survey of the Seventh-Day Adventists, a sect of Christians who abstain from alcohol and tobacco and embrace a largely healthy lifestyle, and are often vegetarian as well. As of 2006, nearly 97,000 were enrolled in the survey.
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Adventist Health Study-2 (AHS-2) is even more ambitious in scope.
Further evidence about the eco benefits of plant-based eating emerged from a review of data from the Adventist Health Study-2, which included more than 73,000 participants.
The Adventist Health Study-2 also found that- Vegans are, on average, 30 pounds lighter than meat eaters.
The study, which analyzed data from 2,818 subjects participating in the Adventist Health Study-1 and Adventist Health Study-2 over a 26-year period, also showed that a high consumption of cooked green vegetables and dried fruit was also associated with greater protection.
Cohort profile: The Adventist Health Study-2 (AHS-2).
She is currently a project editor for the Adventist Health Study-2, a long-term study funded by the U.
The Adventist Health Study-2 includes more than 89,000 adult Seventh-day Adventist participants whose diets range from vegan to nonvegetarian.
These were the impressive findings from the landmark study Adventist Health Study-2 (AHS-2), which were announced at the International Congress of Vegetarian Nutrition at Loma Linda University, California, on February 24--26, 2013.
The Adventist Health Study-2 (AHS-2), which comprised 73,308 participants, also analyzed semivegetarian and nonvegetarian diets, and found that vegetarians from all groups had an average 12 percent lower risk of all-cause mortality than nonvegetarians.
Vegetarian diets and cardiovascular risk factors in black members of the Adventist Health Study-2.
Recent results from the Adventist Health Study-2 suggest that somewhat higher protein intakes may reduce the risk of hip fracture.
Adventist Health Study-2 continues to provide insights into vegetarian health.

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